Pat is the current color commentator on Rogers Sportsnet television for the Toronto Blue Jays. Pat was part of the Toronto Blue Jays World Series team in 1992 and was an All-Star in 1987 while playing with the Cleveland Indians
- Public Speaking
- Meet & Greet Events
- Baseball Clinics
- 1992 World Series Champion
- A.L. All-Star - 1987
Tabler finished his career with the Toronto Blue Jays (1991–1992), winning a championship with the club in his final year as a player. Tabler was also known as a remarkable clutch hitter and for his uncanny ability to hit with the bases loaded, batting just under .500 in such situations (43 for 88) for his career.
After his retirement, Tabler joined TSN as a studio analyst for Toronto Blue Jays broadcasts in 1993. After the network’s color commentator, former Blue Jays catcher Buck Martinez was named the team’s manager in 2001, Tabler replaced him in the broadcast booth alongside Dan Shulman. He continued as the TSN color analyst when Rod Black replaced Shulman, who left for ESPN. Tabler took over as the main color commentator for TSN’s main rival, Rogers Sportsnet in 2005 after the sudden death of their regular commentator, former pitcher John Cerutti calling the majority of games for both networks from 2005 to 2009 alongside Jamie Campbell & Rod Black.
Tabler now works exclusively for Sportsnet, which is the exclusive Toronto Blue Jays broadcaster. His partners are Martinez who returned to the Blue Jays broadcast booth as play-by-play announcer in 2010, and Shulman, who returned as a part-time announcer in 2016.